Latex Allergies

I’ve been getting some questions lately about what people can do if they are sensitive to latex or have latex allergies.

One suggestion is to use polyurethane condoms on your vibrators and dildos. I know they are expensive but it is an option. Your best bet is to find a pharmacy that carries them as I can’t get good pricing on them.

Another suggestion is to stay away from rubber or even jelly toys. The manufacturing process is still not perfect in this industry and latex may still be present in seemingly latex free toys. If you choose plastic, metal or glass toys, you should be fine.

Silicone is an option for toys yet is very expensive. I don’t stock silicone toys due to the price, but will special order them. You may have to wait 3-4 weeks and there is a premium handling charge. Email me with inquiries.

Remember, our most popular vibrator, the Microtingler is latex free!

Passionately,Kim Switnicki, ACC
Sex Educator & Intimacy Coach for Women
Rediscover your passion for sex and have a juicy marriage that lasts!


Author of “Great Sex for Hard Times” and “G-Spot PlayGuide: 7 Simple Steps to G-Spot Heaven!

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